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Sep 13, 2006 Luke Joerger
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A series of vignettes shot during the 9.11 attacks and its immediate aftermath. A Tribeca couple and their seven-month-old baby escape smoke-filled corridors. New New Yorker Bill Clinton visits the site. A bicycle thief and some Ground Zero trespassers relate their own theories of the attacks. Locals start gathering in Union Square with homemade memorials. Gripping, emotional and immediate, First Person 911 may bring back those first few days in ways you didn't want to remember.
Topics: 911, wtc, ground zero, september 11th
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Sep 11, 2006 Luke Joerger
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SCREENINGS: PBS Reel New York, ARD German TV, NY Underground FF, Ocularis FF, Manchester FF REVIEWS: From NY Press: Next come fear and awe: A young father taping the collapse of the first tower from the roof of his apartment building has to be cajoled into retreat by his wife; standing in an elevator, he lets the camera dangle limply, taping his own shoes as he stammers, "Holy shit, man." In "First Person 911," a couple of young black men walking through ash-choked streets...
Topics: 911, september 11th, ground zero, bin laden, bush, wtc, cursing
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Sep 11, 2006 Luke Joerger
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SCREENINGS: PBS Reel New York, ARD German TV, NY Underground FF, Ocularis FF, Manchester FF REVIEWS: From NY Press: Next come fear and awe: A young father taping the collapse of the first tower from the roof of his apartment building has to be cajoled into retreat by his wife; standing in an elevator, he lets the camera dangle limply, taping his own shoes as he stammers, "Holy shit, man." In "First Person 911," a couple of young black men walking through ash-choked streets...
Topics: 911, september 11th, ground zero, bin laden, bush, wtc, cursing
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Sep 11, 2006 Luke Joerger
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From NY Press: Next come fear and awe: A young father taping the collapse of the first tower from the roof of his apartment building has to be cajoled into retreat by his wife; standing in an elevator, he lets the camera dangle limply, taping his own shoes as he stammers, "Holy shit, man." In "First Person 911," a couple of young black men walking through ash-choked streets near Ground Zero recite a laundry list of foreign and domestic enemies, each of which has a specific...
Topics: 911, september 11th, ground zero, bin laden, bush, wtc, cursing
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Sep 11, 2006 Luke Joerger
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The centerpiece of the collection was Luke Joerger and Ray Mendez's "First Person 911." The film simply presents home video taken on the day of the attacks and accurately captures what it was like to be a New Yorker on September 11, instantly connecting the viewer with familiar emotions better than any newscast or polished documentary ever could.
Topics: 911, september 11th, ground zero, bin laden, bush, wtc, cursing
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Sep 11, 2006 Luke Joerger
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Next come fear and awe: "First Person 911," in which videomakers Luke Joerger and Ray Mendez edit together first-person camcorder footage taken by Lower Manhattan residents. The shaky, blown-out, prismatic snippets don’t just remind us that 9/11 was the most comprehensively covered violent incident in human history; it was also the first collective record of Americans grappling with two mutually exclusive modern urges: to get the shot, and to save themselves. (A young father taping...
Topics: 911, wtc, ground zero, september 11th
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Aug 12, 2006 Luke Jude Joerger
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"Antique Roadkill" USA. English. DV. Documentary. August 2002  ANTIQUE ROADKILL follows three New York City antique dealers who have been coming to Brimfield for dozens of years like it's some annual party. Stumbling through rain soaked fields, the dealers guide us with their war stories as well as the sordid history of wild parties years ago.
Topics: flea markets, antiques, merch, loughlin, secondhand rose, andy warhol, lamb chops
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Jul 24, 2006 Indigo Toledo
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Dwight Junior HS Project work by Chelsea Hotel resident Indigo Toledo, 17 yrs. Interviews with residents about living in the hotel.
Topic: chelsea hotel
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Jul 16, 2006 Luke Joerger
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USA. English.4 x eps DV. Documentary. August 2002 (In PostProduction).
ANTIQUE ROADKILL follows three New York City dealers who have been coming to Brimfield for dozens of years like it's some annual party. Stumbling through rain soaked fields, the dealers guide us with their war stories as well as the sordid history of wild parties years ago. Production Co: Luke's Farm Productions Inc. (New York/New Jersey).  They also have 1 other title.
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Topics: antiques, flea market
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Jul 12, 2006 Indigo Toledo
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Junior HS Project work by Chelsea Hotel resident Indigo Toledo, 17 yrs. Interviews with residents about living in the hotel.
Topic: Chelsea Hotel
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Jul 12, 2006 Luke Joerger, Ted Sonnenschein
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Brimfield, MA hosts one of the largest antique shows in the country. Thousands of dealers unload their trucks and vans for over a hundred thousand people on over twenty fenced off and gated fields, each opening at their own designated time. The crowds gather promptly, anxiously awaiting the sounding of the bell. Each field holds the promise of something fantastic--possibly the one antique they have been looking for for years, the item they dream about, a last piece in a collection. The trick is...
Topics: antiques, flea markets, brimfield, mass
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Jul 10, 2006 Luke Joerger, Ted Sonnenschein
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"Antique Roadkill" USA. English. DV. Documentary. August 2002  ANTIQUE ROADKILL follows three New York City antique dealers who have been coming to Brimfield for dozens of years like it's some annual party. Stumbling through rain soaked fields, the dealers guide us with their war stories as well as the sordid history of wild parties years ago.
Topics: antiques, flea market
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Jul 7, 2006 Luke Joerger Ted Sonnenchein
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ANTIQUE ROADKILL follows three New York City dealers who have been coming to Brimfield for dozens of years like it's some annual party. Stumbling through rain soaked fields, the dealers guide us with their war stories as well as the sordid history of wild parties years ago.
Topics: antiques, antique dealers, pickers, merch, flea markets
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Jun 30, 2006 Luke Joerger
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"Antique Roadkill"   USA. English. 4x Eps. DV. Documentary. August 2002    ANTIQUE ROADKILL follows three New York City dealers who have been coming to Brimfield for dozens of years like it's some annual party. Stumbling through rain soaked fields, the dealers guide us with their war stories as well as the sordid history of wild parties years ago
Topic: Antique Dealers
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Jun 29, 2006 Luke Joerger
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"Antique Roadkill"   USA. English. DV. Documentary. August 2002    ANTIQUE ROADKILL follows three New York City antique dealers who have been coming to Brimfield for dozens of years like it's some annual party. Stumbling through rain soaked fields, the dealers guide us with their war stories as well as the sordid history of wild parties years ago.
Topic: Antiques
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Feb 28, 2006 LFP
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we walk through a calligraphy of hats slicing off foreheads ace-deuce cocked, they slant, razor sharp, clean through imagination, our spirits knee-deep in what we have forgotten entrancing our bodies now to dance, like enraptured water lilies the rhythm in liquid strides of certain looks eyeballs rippling through breezes excerpt from: Poem Reaching For Something
Topics: rene' ricard, chelsea hotel, poetry
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Feb 10, 2006 LFP
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BIOGRAPHY: Albert "Rene" Ricard was born in Boston in 1946. He had a tramatic childhood growing up in New Bedford, Mass. At sixteen he ran away to Boston and quickly became involved in the literary life of the city, which included the poets John Broderick, John Wieners and Steven Jonas. By the age of eighteen, Ricard had moved to New York City and had become part of Andy Warhol's "Factory." He appeared in the Warhol film classics Kitchen and Chelsea Girls. "Since the...
Topics: rene' ricard, poetry
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Feb 10, 2006 LFP
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BIOGRAPHY Albert "Rene" Ricard was born in Boston in 1946. He had a tramatic childhood growing up in New Bedford, Mass. At sixteen he ran away to Boston and quickly became involved in the literary life of the city, which included the poets John Broderick, John Wieners and Steven Jonas. By the age of eighteen, Ricard had moved to New York City and had become part of Andy Warhol's "Factory." He appeared in the Warhol film classics Kitchen and Chelsea Girls. "Since the...
Topics: rene' ricard, poetry
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Feb 9, 2006 Luke's Farm
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Albert "Rene" Ricard was born in Boston in 1946. He had a tramatic childhood growing up in New Bedford, Mass. At sixteen he ran away to Boston and quickly became involved in the literary life of the city, which included the poets John Broderick, John Wieners and Steven Jonas. By the age of eighteen, Ricard had moved to New York City and had become part of Andy Warhol's "Factory." He appeared in the Warhol film classics Kitchen and Chelsea Girls. "Since the early 70s,...
Topics: rene' ricard, poetry, chelsea hotel
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Feb 6, 2006
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BIOGRAPHY Albert "Rene" Ricard was born in Boston in 1946. He had a tramatic childhood growing up in New Bedford, Mass. At sixteen he ran away to Boston and quickly became involved in the literary life of the city, which included the poets John Broderick, John Wieners and Steven Jonas. By the age of eighteen, Ricard had moved to New York City and had become part of Andy Warhol's "Factory." He appeared in the Warhol film classics Kitchen and Chelsea Girls. "Since the...
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Jan 31, 2006 Luke's Farm Prod. Inc.
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This is the last episode of Pickers and Grinners starring Robert Loughlin. Watch for the mini retrospective of his work at the end. Thanks for watching, stay tuned for more vlogs and pods!
Topics: coke boogers, coke, boogers, loughlin, cowboys and girls, cowboys, flea markets, new york city,...
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Jan 30, 2006 Luke's Farm
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“I have a lot of his stuff,” the kid tells me. “I can’t leave it when I see it in the market. I have a chair and a vase he a painted on. He rarely paints on canvas. I like it because it looks like a sensible man. He looks really strong but at the same time he’s kind of sad and sensitive.”
Topics: antiques, coke boogers
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Jan 30, 2006 Luke's Farm
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“I have a lot of his stuff,” the kid tells me. “I can’t leave it when I see it in the market. I have a chair and a vase he a painted on. He rarely paints on canvas. I like it because it looks like a sensible man. He looks really strong but at the same time he’s kind of sad and sensitive.”
Topics: dykes, ugly people, antiques, sensible men, peeing, the smiths, the cure, the the, devo, fuckers,...
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Jan 30, 2006 Luke's Farm
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A young Asian kid stops in front of them and looks at Robert in awe. “Is that your stuff? I have big metal thing with that face on it, and a chair with that face on it. No wonder! I could feel it was you. I love your work.”
Topics: pagans, antiques
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Jan 30, 2006 Luke's Farm
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“I have a lot of his stuff,” the kid tells me. “I can’t leave it when I see it in the market. I have a chair and a vase he a painted on. He rarely paints on canvas. I like it because it looks like a sensible man. He looks really strong but at the same time he’s kind of sad and sensitive.”
Topics: coke boogers, wyeth, paintings, machines, flea market, merching, antiques
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Jan 30, 2006 Luke's Farm
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A young Asian kid stops in front of them and looks at Robert in awe. “Is that your stuff? I have big metal thing with that face on it, and a chair with that face on it. No wonder! I could feel it was you. I love your work.”
Topics: pagans, antiques, camping out, asians
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Jan 23, 2006 Luke's Farm
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This is Robert's territory. He seems comfortable in this space in the back of the Grand Bazaar. There are bits of his art all around. He has a piece painted on an old photo drying rack. He's taken a long piece of yellow paper and has drawn one of his signature faces along with the words "The Smiths suck" on one side and "Pixies" and "Cure" on the other. The mirror on a vanity has been tagged with a face and he's got his own public urination spot next to the...
Topics: antiques, the smiths, the cure, pixies, the the, pee, urination public urination, loughlin, flea...
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Jan 17, 2006 Luke's Farm
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In front of his truck Robert finds a twelve-step book on the ground. "It's probably Gary's. You know today is his thirteenth straight year?"
Topics: rehab, 12 step, drugs, alchohol, directing
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Jan 10, 2006 Luke's Farm
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The windows of the truck are steamed up, so I assume Gary must be in there. Gary is an actor/director and has appeared as a principal in music videos for Stevie Winwood and C+C Music Factory, among others, but he is also well known as Robert’s model. I look in the front windshield and see his face through the steamed glass; it strikes me how much it looks like Roberts’s paintings all blurred from the condensation. The only thing missing is the cigarette.
Topics: antiques, addiction, c&c music factory, stevie winwood
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Jan 10, 2006 Luke's Farm
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The two men live in North Bergen. “No one has taste in that town. I could have the most fab fifties chaise in the yard and no one cares. I live in a trailer park and I tell the people there, ‘That’s worth twelve grand in a shop in New York’ and they say, ‘Yeah, sure’. They think I’m out of my mind so I leave it out and no one steals it.”
Topics: antiques, james mont
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Jan 6, 2006 Luke's Farm
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Robert says smoking the pot made him want to drink, so I head to the deli to buy him some Budweiser. He asks me to go because he doesn’t want anyone to see him buying beer.
Topic: beer
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Jan 6, 2006 Luke's Farm
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Robert and Gary have been together since 1980, when they met at Boots and Saddles, the classic Village bar. Gary was attracted to the guy Robert was with, not Robert, and he actually had his cargo-loading job transferred to Miami to get away from the obsessed Loughlin. Robert eventually tracked him down and climbed through Gary's bedroom window one night. Love at second sight.
Topic: antiques
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Jan 6, 2006 Luke's Farm
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Robert and Gary have been together since 1980, when they met at Boots and Saddles, the classic Village bar. Gary was attracted to the guy Robert was with, not Robert, and he actually had his cargo-loading job transferred to Miami to get away from the obsessed Loughlin. Robert eventually tracked him down and climbed through Gary's bedroom window one night. Love at second sight.
Topic: antiques
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Jan 4, 2006 Luke's Farm Productions
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The owner of the white truck opens the back. Young dealers swarm around it and flashlights pepper the contents. Robert points his light on a grey Knoll sofa and makes a guttural sound. "How much on that sofa?" Robert blurts out. "Three hundred fifty," the owner replies. Robert holds in his astonishment, but the dealers sense it. This is a buy. He turns around and whispers to some guys behind him, "Two Knoll sofas, two Knoll sofas." They try to get in on it but it's...
Topics: antiques, knoll, loughlin
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Jan 3, 2006 Luke's Farm
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The owner of the white truck opens the back. Young dealers swarm around it and flashlights pepper the contents. Robert points his light on a grey Knoll sofa and makes a guttural sound. "How much on that sofa?" Robert blurts out. "Three hundred fifty," the owner replies. Robert holds in his astonishment, but the dealers sense it. This is a buy. He turns around and whispers to some guys behind him, "Two Knoll sofas, two Knoll sofas." They try to get in on it but it's...
Topics: Knoll sofas, antiques, merching, robert loughlin
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Dec 14, 2005 LFP
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Robert always paints the same face. Over the years it has evolved. At one time it was a cross between himself and Gary, with blood running out an ear or a bullet headed toward the skull and some sort of text to emphasize the work, like the word "war" or a celebrity's name. Over the years the face evolved solely into Gary's and it now faithfully depicts his boyfriend's chiseled G.I. look in an almost Cro-Magnon way.
Topics: antiques, pickers, merching, flea market
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"Gotta really make some money today. Gotta pay for this tooth." Robert smiles and shows me the missing teeth which account for his accent. "And we gotta put money in the bank. The paintings, that's just fun money."
Topics: Antiques, teeth, money, merch, chelsea hotel
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Dec 12, 2005 Luke Joerger
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Robert and Gary have been fixtures here for the last 20 years. They pick, deal, trade and bilk the ignorant out of their 20th century artifacts, then sell their finds to the hottest upscale design stores in the city, completing the cycle of commerce that is New York decorating.
Topics: flea markets, robert loughlin, antiques, weed
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Dec 8, 2005 Luke Joerger
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If you want a deal it’s a good idea to get to the weekend antique and flea markets in Chelsea early, but 3 a.m. on a Saturday morning seemed a bit much. I’m there to meet local antique guru, savant and artist Robert Loughlin and his partner, actor Gary Carlson, while they shop at the bazaar. Robert and Gary have been fixtures here for the last 20 years. They pick, deal, trade and bilk the ignorant out of their 20th century artifacts, then sell their finds to the hottest upscale design...
Topics: antiques, flea markets, antique roadkill, new york, 26th street flea market, robert loughlin, weed
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Oct 13, 2005
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Words and Music from the Chelsea Hotel in New York City. Episode four featuring Angela Carter, Richard Brautigan, Dylan Thomas Haters, Bob Dylan and special guests G. Spot Tornado and T. Nice.
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Aug 19, 2005 Luke's Farm
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words and music from the chelsea hotel in new york city
Topics: chelsea hotel, sid vicious, margaret mead, ira levin
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Aug 19, 2005
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Words and music from the chelsea hotel in new york city
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Aug 19, 2005
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Woke up it was a Chelsea Morning and the first thing that I heard.....
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Jul 26, 2005 LFP
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Interviews and Music from the Chelsea Hotel in New York City
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Topics: chelsea hotel, sid vicious, twenty third street, hotel chelsea